50 Cities to See in Your Lifetime
Seville is found in southern Spain and within the region of Andalusia. Interestingly enough, it boasts quite eclectic roots. Seville was occupied by the Moors in ancient times and this is still reflected in its unique architecture as well as many of the local foods which are enjoyed by visitors. Seville is also known for its welcoming culture. It has been said that life runs a bit slower in this portion of Spain, so a trip to Seville could be the perfect option if you have been looking to get away from it all and to enjoy a bit of rest and relaxation. However, we should also mention that the temperatures can top 40ºC in the height of the summer months. There is no better reason to enjoy a chilled glass or wine or to visit one of the local “chiringuitos” and buy a glass of sangria!